Mark Wagner, an Associate Partner at Davis Brody Bond, has extensive experience in the design of cultural projects. As Project Architect for the National September 11 Museum at the World Trade Center, he is charged with overseeing the daily progress of the Museum’s design and construction, navigating many building challenges due to the complexity of the numerous integrated construction projects at the World Trade Center site. Mark’s familiarity with the details of the World Trade Center site date back to his role as Project Architect for the World Trade Center Archive, a project involving the on-site selection and preservation of over 1,000 artifacts from Ground Zero. Mark also served as the Project Architect for award-winning Portico Gallery at The Frick Collection. The project involved the transformation of an exterior loggia into a new interior gallery for the display of decorative arts. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from the New York Institute of Technology.